European Commission Recognizes #RIDEproject for Empowering Migrant Women in Digital Skills Training

We are excited to share a major achievement for our groundbreaking project, RIDE (Reach Inclusion through Digital Empowerment for Migrant Women), as it has been highlighted by the European Commission as part of the European Year of Skills. This recognition marks a significant milestone in our mission to empower migrant and refugee women in the digital labor market.

The primary goal of the RIDE project is to foster inclusivity by providing migrant and refugee women with the opportunity to re-skill or upskill in the digital sector through specially designed training courses. These courses equip them with the necessary skills to enter the workforce and kick-start their careers.

We are proud to announce that the project has been successfully implemented across several countries, including Bulgaria, Czechia, Germany, Greece, Italy, and the Netherlands, making a profound impact on the lives of countless individuals.

To delve deeper into the comprehensive details of our RIDE project, we invite you to visit the official European Year of Skills website.

Additionally, we encourage you to explore our project website for further insights.

The recognition from the European Commission fill us with immense pride, and we remain grateful for this acknowledgement. It serves as a strong motivation for us to continue our dedicated efforts in creating a more inclusive society, where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.